People are becoming more interested in vitamin D as made evident by a study that found internet searches exponentially increased from 2004 to 2010.
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Does an online vitamin D intervention program offer an effective method of raising awareness among young adults?
A recent RCT evaluated the efficacy of a web-based vitamin D intervention program targeting young Canadian adults.
New research found that over 70% of Lebanese pharmacy students had low vitamin D levels and that pharmacist counseling was an effective intervention.
Dr. John Cannell discusses a free vitamin program for pregnant women, infants, and children that fails to give adequate amounts of vitamin D.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences and HEAL Foundation in association with Glenmark has launched the Bon-D-Light Express from Delhi.
Adapting to new cultural environments can have direct effects on an individual’s health. Jeff Nicklas discusses how cultural adaptation can impact vitamin D status based on results from a new study.
Virtual PICU Systems recently allocated a one million dollar budget to establish a new research center with their first goal being to better understand vitamin D in health.
Addressing vitamin D in the public health sector often includes important questions regarding educating the public and implementing programs.
According to new research, vitamin D supplement use has increased among healthcare professionals, and is mirrored with the increase in vitamin D research.
Vitamin D testing has increased dramatically in New South Wales, Australia in recent years, new study says
A new study has found that vitamin D testing in New South Wales has increased 8-fold between 2001 and 2010, but vitamin D levels are still low.